New Dwelling - Demotion of 1930's converted dwelling

Private Client

Quick Summary

BBF Fielding were appointed by the original owner to obtain Planning Permission for a design they
had commissioned which had previously been refused Planning Permission.
The client wished to retain the design and following some refinement and development of a new
application, Planning Permission was obtained. The site lies within the Green Belt and the Surrey
Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Following the sale of the property we were commissioned by the new owner as part of a team to
build out the approved design.
The project required the demolition of an existing 1930’s converted dwelling, previously converted
garages and chauffeur accommodation which formed part of the original Southway’s Estate.
The house built into the sloping site, was built over three floors, designed to take advantage the
spectacular views from the rear or the property.
The entrance at the front extends leads to reception rooms and the terrace giving views over the
landscaped rear garden and St Martha’s. Bedroom accommodation is accessed by a feature staircase
serving bedrooms on a lower ground level with further bedroom accommodation being located on
the first floor. The project involved extensive hard landscaping and planting.
Interior Design by Laura Hammett Ltd.

Obtain Planning Permission for the design

Demolition of an existing 1930’s converted dwelling

The project involved extensive hard landscaping and planting.

Value: Confidential

Project Status: Full Commission – Completed.

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